Duragesic Patch drug Addiction
In order to explain Rapid Duragesic Detox, first, we would like to explain the Duragesic opiate drug. The Duragesic Patch is one of a number of fentanyl trans-dermal therapeutic systems. Others include Actiq, Fentora, Onsolis and Instanyl. Created to stop breakthrough pain in cancer patients, fentanyl drugs are 100 times more potent than Morphine. For this reason, any fentanyl therapy drug is meant to be taken only by individuals who have a proven tolerance for opiates and for whom less potent pain medication has been found to be insufficient.
The Duragesic Patch is an adhesive square that, once attached to the skin, is then absorbed into the body’s fat cells. A Duragesic Patch can take between 8 and 12 hours to show effects. Full pain relief may not occur for up to 10 days after beginning fentanyl therapy system for the first time. Under normal circumstances, the Duragesic Patch can alleviate breakthrough pain for up to 72 hours.
In the mid 1990’s, the Duragesic Patch was the first clinical fentanyl trans-dermal system to be released onto the market. The Food and Drug Administration has published Public Health Advisories on Duragesic. The 2005 and 2007 reports indicated that doctors have been prescribing the Duragesic Patch too freely when a different, less potent and less dangerous pain reliever could have been used. The FDA also indicated that patients have been misusing and abusing Duragesic Patches. Deaths, overdoses and very dangerous side effects are just a few of the warnings issued by the FDA.
Duragesic Patch Addiction Side Effects
Common side effects of the Duragesic Patch include constipation, diarrhea, nausea, dry mouth, confusion, weakness and sweating. Other side effects associated with the Duragesic Patch are abdominal pain, dizziness, anorexia or weight loss, hallucinations, anxiety, depression, indigestion and shortness of breath. Most seriously, Fentanyl therapy drugs have been found to cause respiratory depression or hypo-ventilation and subsequent death.
Duragesic (Fentanyl) Patch Withdrawal Symptoms
If a person decides to quit Duragesic do a Duragesic detoxification without the supervision of a qualified doctor, withdrawal symptoms can be very uncomfortable and users may experience several of the following:
Quickened breathing, stomach cramping, muscle pain, constipation, anxiety, confusion, loss of appetite, hot flashes, excessive sweating, rapid heartbeat, chills, nervousness irritability, tremors or shivering, insomnia and a stuffy or runny nose. Because fentanyl is a short acting narcotic, the severe withdrawal symptoms from doing a Duragesic detox should not last for more than two or tree weeks. The residual depression, insomnia and weakness may persist for months.
MDS Rapid Duragesic Detox
With our rapid Duragesic detox and Naltrexone therapy you can be addiction free in three to four days and feeling well within a week. You can have a drug free, opiate free, craving free life and go back to you family or work without symptoms of withdrawals.
We can manage your addiction in a totally confidential modern hospital environment with every safety measure taken. Our staff will surround you with care from the moment you call us and we will be there for you for as long as you need us.
We strongly suggest that you stay with the Naltrexone therapy for at least six to twelve month to reinforce your new clean life.